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huntsman a male hunter. [2 definitions]
hurdle a movable or fixed barrier over which a runner or horse must leap in the course of certain races. [6 definitions]
hurdy-gurdy a barrel organ or other musical instrument that is played by turning a crank. [2 definitions]
hurl to throw forcefully. [5 definitions]
hurly-burly a loud, busy, confused commotion; uproar; tumult. [2 definitions]
Huron Lake Huron, one of the Great Lakes, northeast of the state of Michigan. [3 definitions]
hurrah used as an exclamation of joy, approval, triumph, encouragement, or the like. [4 definitions]
hurricane a powerful cyclonic storm that originates in the West Indian region of the Atlantic Ocean or in the eastern part of the Pacific Ocean near Mexico and Central America. A hurricane is characterized by heavy rains along with winds exceeding 73 miles, or 119 kilometers, per hour.
hurricane lamp a lamp or lantern using kerosene or oil, or a candlestick, having a glass chimney protecting the light from wind or draughts. [2 definitions]
hurried moving or acting quickly; forced to hurry. [2 definitions]
hurry to move or act with speed; hasten (sometimes fol. by "up"). [4 definitions]
hurry-scurry confused, disorderly rushing about. [4 definitions]
hurry up to go faster.
hurt to cause physical damage, pain, or impairment to. [8 definitions]
hurtful causing physical or emotional pain or suffering.
hurtle to speed violently and often noisily. [2 definitions]
hurtless combined form of hurt.
husband a man who is married; a male spouse. [2 definitions]
husbandman a farmer.
husbandry the cultivation of land and raising of crops and farm animals; farming. [3 definitions]
hush used as a request or command to be quiet (sometimes fol. by "up"). [6 definitions]